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post #2011 of 2431
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

he seems like a very nice gentleman to punch in the face

He's actually a pretty nice guy. I've only met him a couple of times but he came across as a down to earth, regular guy. Not what I expected after seeing him in photgraphs.
post #2012 of 2431
Can't be smiling in #menswear photos, man.
post #2013 of 2431
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

he seems like a very nice gentleman to punch in the face

backpfeifengesicht
post #2014 of 2431

I'm sure he is a nice guy but that suit just screams i'm begging for attention in my opinion.  

post #2015 of 2431
I know who Daniel Craig and Nick Wooster are.
post #2016 of 2431
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I know who Daniel Craig and Nick Wooster are.

I don't know who Nick Woooster is, and I didn't really know Daniel Craig (other than he is a hollywood-guy), but they showed him meeting Liverpool before their exhibition game e/ either Toronto or Roma @ Fenway in the new 'Being Liverpool' documentary. He looked like a nice enough guy...
post #2017 of 2431
Really, Daniel Craig? He's James Bond. A role that usually comes with a certain amount of fame...
post #2018 of 2431
Some "celebrities" up at the office for an event the other day:

John Paulson-Paulson & Co
Brian Moynihan-Bank of A
Arthur Levitt
Steve Schwarzman-Blackstone
Leon Black-Apollo
Jamie Dimon
Wilbur Ross
Leon Cooperman-Omega
Mario Monti-Prime Minister of Italy
Plus the CEO of IBM
post #2019 of 2431
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Some "celebrities" up at the office for an event the other day:
John Paulson-Paulson & Co
Brian Moynihan-Bank of A
Arthur Levitt
Steve Schwarzman-Blackstone
Leon Black-Apollo
Jamie Dimon
Wilbur Ross
Leon Cooperman-Omega
Mario Monti-Prime Minister of Italy
Plus the CEO of IBM

Mario Monti ...

Will be interesting meeting him..
post #2020 of 2431
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Some "celebrities" up at the office for an event the other day:
John Paulson-Paulson & Co
Brian Moynihan-Bank of A
Arthur Levitt
Steve Schwarzman-Blackstone
Leon Black-Apollo
Jamie Dimon
Wilbur Ross
Leon Cooperman-Omega
Mario Monti-Prime Minister of Italy
Plus the CEO of IBM

That's quite an impressive list of businessmen and one woman.
post #2021 of 2431
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Really, Daniel Craig? He's James Bond. A role that usually comes with a certain amount of fame...

for me, sean connery and roger moore are james bond. i know there are a bunch after that but can only come up w/ pierce b. (and now daniel craig!)


* looked them up - i don't think the craig/brosnan/dalton(confused.gif) movies are even ian fleming books
post #2022 of 2431
Daniel Craig is a better actor than Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton or Pierce Brosnan, but that's beyond the point.
post #2023 of 2431
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Originally Posted by romafan View Post

for me, sean connery and roger moore are james bond i i know there are a bunch after that but can only come up w/ pierce b. (and now daniel craig!)

And George Lazenby???
post #2024 of 2431
I thought he was awesome in Layer Cake. I like him as an actor, however I am not a huge fan of him as Bond. I really wanted Clive Owen to be the next Bond.
post #2025 of 2431
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Daniel Craig is a better actor than Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton or Pierce Brosnan, but that's beyond the point.

it is, but i admit he looks like he'd be a good actor
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